In the center of a pandemic, Super Feast nonetheless managed to place meals on hundreds of plates.
HOUSTON — The annual Super Feast on Thanksgiving appeared loads totally different in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says more people are searching for assist for the primary time.
Typically, households eat a Thanksgiving dinner contained in the George R. Brown Convention Center. Instead, this 12 months, households acquired complete turkeys and canned meals to go.
“It’s very helpful,” Jock White stated. “I’m by myself. I’m doing it for myself right now. I haven’t been at work.”
Turner stated there’s an amazing want in the neighborhood.
“It just seems amplified with the coronavirus,” Turner stated. “The need is even greater, and it’s more widespread. There are people in these lines that have never been in these lines.”
Turner stated he seen a variety of households Thursday declined to just accept turkey as a result of they don’t have the means to prepare dinner it themselves.
Because of that, he hopes the town can use CARES Act money to accomplice with eating places to supply sizzling meals individually wrapped in the course of the Super Feast on Christmas Eve Day.